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Seeking Dr. Gho in a month\'s time ... Please suggest questions to ask


#1

As I wrote in the header, I am seeing Dr. Gho in a month’s time for a consultation only. To make sure I cover everything, I would appreciate your suggestions for any pertinent questions to ask (I already have compiled a few of my own).


#2

Yes, you could ask him if his method really works this time around (instead of his first method which, despite his claims, didn’t work properly) then how come over the years he has been so completely and utterly incompetent at supplying evidence to customers that shows it.

One decent study on a few NW6’s would settle it but this seems completely beyond him.


#3

» Yes, you could ask him if his method really works this time around (instead
» of his first method which, despite his claims, didn’t work properly) then
» how come over the years he has been so completely and utterly incompetent
» at supplying evidence to customers that shows it.
»
» One decent study on a few NW6’s would settle it but this seems completely
» beyond him.

Yes and i have another one.

Why only a 50 hair density


#4

Leonard, am I still in time to post a question?

» As I wrote in the header, I am seeing Dr. Gho in a month’s time for a
» consultation only. To make sure I cover everything, I would appreciate your
» suggestions for any pertinent questions to ask (I already have compiled a
» few of my own).


#5

» Leonard, am I still in time to post a question?
»
» » As I wrote in the header, I am seeing Dr. Gho in a month’s time for a
» » consultation only. To make sure I cover everything, I would appreciate
» your
» » suggestions for any pertinent questions to ask (I already have compiled
» a
» » few of my own).

Just ask. The more questions the better.

And before i forget please ask about his

HSI (Haur stem cell injectie) when he plans to bring this on the market.


#6

» Leonard, am I still in time to post a question?
»
» » As I wrote in the header, I am seeing Dr. Gho in a month’s time for a
» » consultation only. To make sure I cover everything, I would appreciate
» your
» » suggestions for any pertinent questions to ask (I already have compiled
» a
» » few of my own).

Yes please do and I shall ask Dr Gho.


#7

Okay, I don’t know if you already have this question in your list, but anyway, here it is:

It seems that Gho is just able to move around 1000 follicular units PER YEAR.
This is even though, in most cases, the donor area can supply far more. Why is this?
(Gerard Joling got 1500 FUs moved, but this was an exception. Most patients get below 1000 FUs moved, and they have to wait 1 year to go back. 600 FUs per year is not a rare figure).

Is Dr. Gho afraid of depleting the donor area?

edit: of course, this question is referring to the HST method (donor regeneration).

» » Leonard, am I still in time to post a question?
» »
» » » As I wrote in the header, I am seeing Dr. Gho in a month’s time for a
» » » consultation only. To make sure I cover everything, I would
» appreciate
» » your
» » » suggestions for any pertinent questions to ask (I already have
» compiled
» » a
» » » few of my own).
»
» Yes please do and I shall ask Dr Gho.


#8

Why so few patient before and after pictures? Is there an actual Gho patient who is satisfied besides the Dutch celebrity?


#9

another question:

-Dr. Gho says he guaranties donor regeneration. What kind of guaranty is this?
What are the exact terms and conditions of this guarantee? Can you provide a document that specifies the terms and conditions? How many years do you guarantee the donor hairs? What happens if these donor hairs regenerate but they die 2 years later?

» » Leonard, am I still in time to post a question?
» »
» » » As I wrote in the header, I am seeing Dr. Gho in a month’s time for a
» » » consultation only. To make sure I cover everything, I would
» appreciate
» » your
» » » suggestions for any pertinent questions to ask (I already have
» compiled
» » a
» » » few of my own).
»
» Yes please do and I shall ask Dr Gho.


#10

Maybe you can ask him if he plans any more seminars like the one I attended in 2003. That was his first go round in hm. Unfortunately there was nothing to see as far as patient in person results. If he does plan on this I am sure he is going to want to bring a few patients with him for verification. Thanks


#11

Dr. Gho claims that donor hairs regenerate. Question: can these regenerated hairs cycle normally?

» » Leonard, am I still in time to post a question?
» »
» » » As I wrote in the header, I am seeing Dr. Gho in a month’s time for a
» » » consultation only. To make sure I cover everything, I would
» appreciate
» » your
» » » suggestions for any pertinent questions to ask (I already have
» compiled
» » a
» » » few of my own).
»
» Yes please do and I shall ask Dr Gho.


#12

» Dr. Gho claims that donor hairs regenerate. Question: can these regenerated
» hairs cycle normally?
»

And ask him how he tests for cycling, if pulling out hairs to see if they regrow might be a way to test for it.


#13

» And ask him how he tests for cycling, if pulling out hairs to see if they
» regrow might be a way to test for it.

yeah, the question would be:
if you pluck the regenerated donor hairs, will they regenerate again?
does the guarantee get voided if the patient plucks the regenerated hairs?


#14

I would like to know how a doctor who works in the field of hair multiplication sees the future of HM. Will it be available for everyone in the near future? (And I’m not talking about multiplying a few hairs - I am talking about the possibility of restoring a full head of hair.)


#15

» I would like to know how a doctor who works in the field of hair
» multiplication sees the future of HM. Will it be available for everyone in
» the near future? (And I’m not talking about multiplying a few hairs - I am
» talking about the possibility of restoring a full head of hair.)

Gents, my trip to Europe has been delayed, to late September, but it has been confirmed. Delay was due to my colleague who has recently had a change in his schedule. So keep those questions coming and I will put them to Gho.


#16

» Gents, my trip to Europe has been delayed, to late September, but it has
» been confirmed. Delay was due to my colleague who has recently had a change
» in his schedule. So keep those questions coming and I will put them to Gho.

Why didn’t you tell us about the delay when you posted 5 days ago?


#17

» » Gents, my trip to Europe has been delayed, to late September, but it has
» » been confirmed. Delay was due to my colleague who has recently had a
» change
» » in his schedule. So keep those questions coming and I will put them to
» Gho.
»
» Why didn’t you tell us about the delay when you posted 5 days ago?

It wasn’t for certain yet. I’m undertaking a research project with a colleague in the Netherlands. Our paper has been approved for presentation at a conference at the last minute, so my colleague is traveling to present our paper, hence the delay in my trip. I’m mildly excited, as this is my first paper since entering academia after working in industry.


#18

» » » Gents, my trip to Europe has been delayed, to late September, but it
» has
» » » been confirmed. Delay was due to my colleague who has recently had a
» » change
» » » in his schedule. So keep those questions coming and I will put them
» to
» » Gho.
» »
» » Why didn’t you tell us about the delay when you posted 5 days ago?
»
» It wasn’t for certain yet. I’m undertaking a research project with a
» colleague in the Netherlands. Our paper has been approved for presentation
» at a conference at the last minute, so my colleague is traveling to present
» our paper, hence the delay in my trip. I’m mildly excited, as this is my
» first paper since entering academia after working in industry.

I don’t understand.
Is your colleague in the Netherlands? where are you now? where is the conference?


#19

Yes my colleague is based in the Netherlands. When I say colleague, we actually work at different universities but we are collaborating on a paper. I was based in London, where I worked in finance, but my division was shut down after the financial
crisis and I lost my job. I got sick of the rat race and moved from industry to academia, and I am now based on the US east coast. I was supposed to visit my colleague in August and September to finish our paper, but we have been given the opportunity to present our paper in London so my trip is being delayed. It is common for researchers to present papers even if they are not yet fully completed. Now that I am in academia, I can see first hand how dangerous it is to falsify a paper. It’s basically a career-ending move. That’s what gives Gho some credibility - I don’t think he is foolish enough to risk his career by falsifying a paper.

If you want to get some answers to your questions sooner, I would suggest calling Gho. He seems very approachable and I’ve spoken to him on several occassions. The main reason for my trip to see Gho (apart from coinciding with my trip to the Netherlands) is that I want to see Gho in person. I can usually detect whether someone is dishonest by their body language. After working in finance for a while, I’m come across my share of dishonest individuals.


#20

Okay, Leonard, I understand now. Sorry for so many questions.
We will wait until you are ready.
Good luck with your research project.

» Yes my colleague is based in the Netherlands. When I say colleague, we
» actually work at different universities but we are collaborating on a
» paper. I was based in London, where I worked in finance, but my division
» was shut down after the financial
» crisis and I lost my job. I got sick of the rat race and moved from
» industry to academia, and I am now based on the US east coast. I was
» supposed to visit my colleague in August and September to finish our paper,
» but we have been given the opportunity to present our paper in London so my
» trip is being delayed. It is common for researchers to present papers even
» if they are not yet fully completed. Now that I am in academia, I can see
» first hand how dangerous it is to falsify a paper. It’s basically a
» career-ending move. That’s what gives Gho some credibility - I don’t think
» he is foolish enough to risk his career by falsifying a paper.
»
» If you want to get some answers to your questions sooner, I would suggest
» calling Gho. He seems very approachable and I’ve spoken to him on several
» occassions. The main reason for my trip to see Gho (apart from coinciding
» with my trip to the Netherlands) is that I want to see Gho in person. I can
» usually detect whether someone is dishonest by their body language. After
» working in finance for a while, I’m come across my share of dishonest
» individuals.